DNF is a familiar term that many readers use to say, “nope, I did not finish this book.” We read so many books, and sometimes, there are a few that we just cannot get through for whatever reason—may it be from the atrocious plot or an unlikeable character or the extremely snail-slow pacing. It’s a quick, short, and to-the-point term that sums up what happens between you and a book, but it’s a term I don’t particularly like to use.
When I use (or attempt to use) DNF, my brain just goes:
You know what’s the worst? Coming up with feature names or blog/post titles. IT’S THE WORST.
If anybody says that coming up with names for features or blogs is easy, they are fucking lying. Names are never easy.
It never fails to leave me like George Michaels.
(Actual depiction of what happens when I try to brainstorm for feature names.)
Camp NaNoWriMo is almost upon us. And guess who will be attempting it again?
THIS GIRL RIGHT HEREEEEE.
I always dread it when books that are made into movies get a movie tie-in cover like the ones you see here:
You can expect it to happen 100% of the time.
And I’m not a fan.
Very important question that must be answered: What kind of book picker are you? Are you a free-spirited picker or are you a planned picker?
No, I am not referring to the awesome spy show with Jennifer Garner when I say alias confession. I mean the names we use when blogging or commenting.
On Monday, Racquel at the Book Barbies and Gaby at Queen Ella Bee Reads started an extremely fascinating discussion on Twitter about name alias and whether bloggers use one. It got me thinking about whether you, my dear readers and friends, know that Cee isn’t my real name?